"Church" as written by and Jonny Buckland Chris Martin....
What I can tell you, when I'm with you I'm walking on air
Watching you sleeping there, yeah
And what can I get through, and for everyone everywhere?
Yeah, answering everything

When you're riding a wave, oh won't you ride that wave to me?
When you're setting yourself, oh can I be seventeen?
When you're riding a wave
When you're riding a wave

'Cause when I'm hurt
Then I'll go to your church

'Cause when I'm hurt
Then I'll go to your church

When you're riding a wave, oh won't you ride that wave to me?
When you're riding a wave

I'll worship you in church, baby, always
I'll worship you in church, all the seven days
I'll praise and praise


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"Church" as written by Christopher Anthony John Martin Amjad Farid Sabri

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    General CommentWow there is a good flow between each lines. I really enjoyed reading this post. The architecture of divinity lends itself to beauty. When a structure is built to accommodate worship, the builders often want it to do more than merely house worshipers—they want it to point to, and honor, what is being worshiped. Keep on posting beautiful lines.
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